In December, Jola launched its multi-network eSIM built for the channel. Jola eSIMs give MSPs and resellers choice and control, whilst solving the biggest mobile data problem facing their end-users – how to automatically connect any device almost anywhere in the world.
The price of data varies when roaming between different countries and on different networks. Until now, the roaming tariff set, has had to be that of the most expensive country in which the SIMs needs to operate.
Jola has solved the problem of variable global roaming rates by introducing Pay Per Zone eSIMs. Data consumption on Jola Pay Per Zone eSIM tariffs is charged at the rate applicable to the country it is used in.
Lee Broxson, Jola’s Sales Director commented, “eSIMs can be embedded into devices or delivered as a traditional removeable SIMs. Instead of swapping plastic SIM cards, profiles are downloaded and managed on a device as needed. Pay Per Zone eSIMs are multi-network and can roam globally. Jola partners now have the ability to bill per zone, ensuring they can win against competitors where the end user is price sensitive, and maximise margins where they’re not.”
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